Holocaust Saviors: True Stories of Rescuers That Saved Holocaust Refugees

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When we hear the word “holocaust”, we immediately remember the dark days, the blood, the people, and the pain that no words can express. This huge event, daunting as it can be, left a mark in the lives of the people who experienced it and even those who have only heard of it. The Nazis not only brought destruction, but they brought an unforgettable scar amongst the human race. At those times, the victims would have called for a savior, someone who could literally take them out from the hell they were living in. Holocaust Saviors: True Stories of Rescuers That Saved Holocaust Refugees is a book that talks about those heroes. They were ordinary people who also tasted the face of death but didn’t crumble. Despite the sight of fear, these brave hearts not only survived, but they helped others survive as well.

In this book, you will learn about the lives of:

  • Nancy Wake – Called the “White Mouse”, she fought with the French resistance during World War II.
  • Maria Kotarba – A courier with the Polish resistance whose goal was to help the Jews after they had been exterminated.
  • Adelaide Hautval – The French female physician eager to protect the Jewish people being subjected to Nazi experimentation and torture.
  • Varian Fry – The American journalist who started the Emergency Rescue Committee, that made a way for Jewish people trying to leave the Nazi territory.

This book is about the people that went out of their way to save a small part of humanity. This book will give you a clear and detailed view of who they are and what their accomplishments were in times where there seemed to be no hope. You can begin to appreciate the lives of these heroes by getting your own copy of Holocaust Saviors: True Stories of Rescuers That Saved Holocaust Refugees.

2 reviews for Holocaust Saviors: True Stories of Rescuers That Saved Holocaust Refugees

  1. Rayc Cooke

    True life heroes

    Holocaust Saviors.
    The stories of some real life heroes. Who risked everything to help Jewish people who were being rounded up and sent to concentration camps for extermination.
    This is a very good book that tells of some unlikely people.
    A little good in a world of madness.
    Please take the time to listen to this audiobook.
    Lest we forget.
    I received a free copy of this audio book at my own request and voluntarily leave this honest review. .

  2. Janalyn Prude

    It never ceases to amaze me the courage people show even though they were in no obligation to help the persecuted. This book is full of stories of Polish residents that helped the Jewish neighbor survive the holocaust. They also have a few stories about those who did the complete opposite, but it only makes those who showed gods humanity that much better. It’s books like this that should be given to high school students as mandatory reading and teach our younger generation what true selflessness and generosity looks like. To put yourself and your family‘s life on the line to help another is what God expects from us, but not everyone does. I highly recommend this book to those who love history and a book that leaves you with a good feeling. This was an excellent read.

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